Links With Your Coffee Wednesday
Posts will be more sporadic than usual while I take advantage of some early spring and do a little more birding than usual. Perhaps my cohorts here will fill some of the gaps.
In other non-replication news lately: There's been a pretty kerfuffle this month in social psychology and science blogging corners over a recent failure to replicate a classic 1996 study of automatic priming by John Bargh, Mark Chen, and Lara Burrows. The non-replication drew the attention of science writer Ed Yong who blogged about it over at Discover, and naturally, of John Bargh, who elected to write a detailed and distinctly piqued rebuttal at Psychology Today.